Charles Durning, Dan Lauria and James Handy starred at Westport Country Playhouse of this portrait of up and coming Mafia soldiers: Bobby who does as he's told and never questions the legendary Boss and Max who is haunted by the screams of people they've killed. They whack the wrong guy in Grand Central Station and are seen driving to Vermont to confess their error. Short scenes chronicle the drive; settings en route are easily suggested with set pieces.
Published with Any Friend of Percy D'Angelino Is a Friend of Mine
and Family Values
in Men in Suits: Three Plays About the Mafia
You're gonna love Men in Suits. ' - CRN Radio'Hilarious...Milligan's dialogue is at turns funny, biting, and sad.
Fairfield Country Weekly
Races by in an ever changing montage of emotional loyalty, humor, betrayal, and blood...A fascinating play.
Should go to Broadway.
Men in Suits was originally presented as a staged reading at the Westwood Playhouse in Los Angeles in November, 1991 under the auspices of the Patchett Kaufman Entertainment Theatre play reading series. Men in Suits received its world premiere at the Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, Connecticut on August 5, 1996 under the direction of Joe Cacaci.